Sunday, November 4, 2012

Bats, Bats, Bats! and what's coming up....














My sweet friend, Erica Bohrer told me about this song on YouTube.  You can click on the picture to view it. My kids LOVED it!



Click on the dice in dice picture if you are interested in purchasing them.  They come in a set of 72 so you could easily split the cost with another teacher.


Here's what's coming up in my classroom.

Veteran's Day Projects



Thanksgiving Fun!







18 comments:

  1. I bought your bat unit and I can't even tell you how much my kinder kiddos are LOVING your activities. Thank you so much for sharing... they are learning so much!

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm so glad your kids like the unit. :)

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  2. Ok, your bat unit is so adorable! I love the schema chart for the kids to learn about bats! It is so cute how you used the bat hat as a blindfold for the science experiment! Love it all!

    Michelle
    Apples and ABC's

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    1. Thank you Michelle! They had a blast with the bat experiment. :)

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  3. You have so many great ideas! Thank you for sharing all the amazing things you do.

    Becki
    http://littlemisshoodsadventuresinkindergart.blogspot.com/

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  4. I LOVE the bat science experiment. You have so many amazing ideas Deanna. You are blessing the lives of so many teachers and touching so many little hearts. Thank you for being such an inspiration.

    Come grab our bat bones math activity and poem when you get the chance...it involves a little snack! Learning and food are always a winning combination! I would be honored if you hopped over. =)

    Blessings,

    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  5. Hi Deanna~
    I love all of your bat activities, and can't wait to use your bat unit in my classroom when we return to school. I live in an area in NJ that was hit the hardest by the hurricane, and I am cathching up on all of my blogs that I missed this past week because we just got our electricity back. My school can't open for a little bit so I am so happy to get some great ideas! Thank you so much for posting!!!
    Robyn

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  6. should say catching..not cathching...ugh!

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  7. Your bat unit looks like so much fun! I wasn't sure if I was going to do my nocturnal animals unit this year, but I just might have pick up your bats unit and go for it! By the way, I have purchased your guided reading pack and all of your Writer's Workshop units and they have been SO useful to my class this year. Thank you so much for your quality resources.

    Kelly
    Kindergarten Kel

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  8. Your kinders are doing such great writing! :)

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  9. I love all of your units. You are my teacher idol :). Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas.

    Sandra

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  10. Love it! Thanks for the shout out. We were doing your definitions before the hurricane. Hopefully, we will get back to it when school resumes.

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  11. Love the bat addition game! My kids love using the bingo markers so I know they'll enjoy something like that!

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  12. Hi Deanna -
    Your little Mayflower ship is too cute. I made a gigantic size one as you enter my classroom a few years ago. You should check it out. Here's the link:
    http://traditionslaughterandhappilyeverafter.blogspot.com/search/label/Mayflower%20Ship%20Idea
    I love sharing ideas - everyone is so talented out here in blogland. :o)
    Have a blessed week.
    Vicky
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

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  13. Hi Deanna!

    I LOVE all of your ideas!!! I was interested in making your bat book. I was just wondering how you differentiate for the kids that have difficulty with writing. I love your ideas but for some children the writing part is hard and was wondering how you do it to make them all feel successful. Thanks again!

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  14. I am truly, truly amazed by the quality of your kindergartners writing! I would say fewer than a third of my students are writing on that level. So, I'm going to toodle off and add your writing throughout the year units to my TpT wishlist!

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